Articles by Rosina Shakya

Rosina Shakya’s US Visit

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It is said, “Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” The first few days of my trip felt like I was in an alien world where there are good roads but small houses, lots of greenery but very few people to enjoy it, and lots of mailboxes but less conversation among the people using them. I missed the hustle and bustle of people, the never-ending crowd of vehicles, the moderate temperature, the dusty footpath, the faces of people, barking dogs, etc. The silence there sometimes haunted me as I realized that I missed my life in my home country. The office was quiet except during the times of stand-up meeting and lunch. Here, my day started with the call that Sanjeev used to have with the Nepal team in the morning and ended with Sagar discussing a delivery date with the Nepal team. In between, I got some time to discuss going to malls for shopping :) and planning the weekends despite the regular office work.

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